New and amended regulations will support Nova Scotia’s cap-and-trade program, which will begin Jan. 1.
The new cap-and-trade program regulations, released today, Nov. 14, detail how the program will run. For example, they...Read More »
A celebration of excellence in Nova Scotian artistic achievements was held today Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Olympic Hall in Halifax.
The artistic theme for the 2018 Creative Nova Scotia Awards Gala was Flow, which explored the...Read More »
Nova Scotians are encouraged to attend events in their communities this Remembrance Day, Sunday, Nov. 11, to honour the men and women of Canada’s Armed Forces.
“Each year Nova Scotians have the opportunity... Read More »
LUNENBURG COUNTY: Old Town Bridge, Bridgewater
Old Town Bridge, between King Street and Lahave Street, Bridgewater, will be closed for repairs until Friday, Nov. 16.
Detour on Veterans' Memorial...Read More »
Ten pre-primary locations across the province will pilot a new, on-site, before and after program for pre-primary children, focused on physical activity and outdoor play.
“Having this pre-primary before and after program...Read More »
Government has launched a five-year action plan to get Nova Scotians moving more and sitting less.
Let’s Get Moving Nova Scotia will help to create a more active, inclusive and healthier population across the province...Read More »
Home Services Nova Scotia, a new program launched today, Nov. 7, in Enfield, will help older Nova Scotians live in their homes longer.
The program helps older adults access a variety of affordable, non-medical services such as...Read More »
The Nova Scotia Film and Television Production Incentive Fund is increasing by $6 million to meet greater demand and local spending from the sector and will now be $26 million for 2018-19.
“This is another sign of... Read More »
More Nova Scotia students are receiving support for post-secondary education to help them tap into career opportunities in the province’s energy sector.
Sixteen post-secondary students and one graduate student have earned...Read More »
New datasets are being made available through the provincial government’s open data portal today, Nov. 5.
Nova Scotians will have access to new information on topics such as aquaculture production and employment, fish...Read More »